Archimedes Exhibits Strong Presence at ISBI 2024

Archimedes Exhibits Strong Presence at ISBI 2024

Archimedes was proud to participate in the International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) 2024, held in Athens last week. With key roles in organizing, presenting, and leading discussions, Archimedes contributed towards the successful realisation of this year's Symposium.

Nikos Paragios, from Université Paris-Saclay and a member of Archimedes' Scientific Advisory Board, along with Maria Vakalopoulou, Assistant Professor at Centrale Supélec, University Paris-Saclay, and Lead Researcher in Archimedes, were integral members of the organizing committee, helping to make this Symposium a reality and keep it running smoothly.

Nikos Paragios also served as the coordinator for a panel discussion on "AI in Critical Workflows: Expert Insights and Future Directions" with great success. The panel featured prominent experts, including our very own Constantinos Daskalakis, Professor at MIT and Executive Board Member and Lead Researcher of the Archimedes Unit.

In addition, we are thrilled to announce the success of our PhD Scholar, Nefeli Gkouti, who delivered the exceptional tutorial DiMeDIA diffusion models for medical imaging during the ISBI 2024 in Athens, together with Yuyang Xue, a student at the University of Edinburgh, and Sotirios Tsaftaris, Professor at the University of Edinburgh and one of Archimedes' Lead Researchers. The tutorial, which lasted four hours, captivated the audience with in-depth discussions on diffusion model theory and applications. Nefeli's performance was particularly noteworthy. The audience provided feedback, which was overwhelmingly positive, underscoring the high quality of the session. The success of the tutorial is a reflection of the collaborative spirit and intellectual vitality this research team and our Archimedes community as a whole is trying to cultivate and promote. It also highlights the importance of fostering a research environment where emerging scholars like Nefeli can thrive. Congratulations to Nefeli and Sotos and the rest of the tutorial team for their outstanding accomplishment.

We are proud to have been a part of ISBI 2024. The team looks forward to continuing their participation in future ISBI conferences, fostering innovation and collaboration in the field of biomedical imaging and artificial intelligence.


The project “ARCHIMEDES Unit: Research in Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Algorithms” with code OPS 5154714 is implemented by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan “Greece 2.0” and is funded by the European Union – NextGenerationEU.

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